Wilbur Kaye was hired by Beckman Instruments in 1956 as the Director of Research, Scientific Instruments Division. While there, he modified the Beckman DU Spectrophotometer design, producing the DK Spectrophotometer (expanding the range into near-infrared) and the DKU, which combined both infrared and ultraviolet features. He also developed a glucose analyzer for Beckman, which was handed off to and completed by James C. Sternberg in 1970.
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